Mzansis' DJ Shimza stayed true to his promise to take his one-man show to Europe and perform his best, and he certainly did.
Before his show in Paris, France, DJ Shimza shared his concerns about how many people may pitch up for his one-man show, but put his negativity aside and promised to give it his best.
He shared snaps and video clips of his performance in Paris and was super proud of himself.
"This reminded me of how I felt the next morning after my first ever one-man show back at home, a voice of my soul saying to me, “You started, just be patient and you'll see'” 11 years later that same voice is saying the same thing to me," he wrote.
He went on to thank Paris for welcoming him with open arms and believes they;ve definitely started something magical together and he's expecting to see more people in Tembisa soon.
According to TshisaLive, the muso told them his dream is to not to perform all year round in SA in a few years' time, but instead to travel the world doing sold-out one-man shows.
"Look, it sounds ambitious, but I have this dream that I am working towards. I see myself travelling around the world to do my own show on my own terms. My shows will be sold out and I will be doing what I love around the world."
He also explained that right now he just wants to pour all of his sou into these shows so that when his dream finally happenss, he will be well and ready.
The DJ also shared a video clip form his one-man show in Lisbon, Portugal. Check out his post below.
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Shimza is one of Mzansi’s most popular DJs and is considered a 'shining light' in the music industry. He recognised the importance of both physical and mental health and has been working hard on his.
After landing up in hospital due to stomach problems back in 2015, Shimza decided to take control of his health and make the necessary changes. Briefly.co.za has noticed how fresh Shimza is looking these days.
He has worked really hard and it shows. Yussss, honey, you’re a flame! Shimza confessed last year that he does not drink or smoke and that food was his issue.
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